INDIA-PAK & CRICKET DIPLOMACY

ASHOK B SHARMA
Cricket lovers and people on either side of the border are eagerly awaiting how the cricket diplomacy would shape the future relationship between the two countries

Manmohan, Gilani discuss cricket, peace

MOHALI: (AMN) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Wednesday met his Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani over dinner in here on the sidelines of the Indo-Pak cricketing match.

Sibal for Urdu, VP for 3-language formula

TIA Special Correspondent
NEW DELHI: The central government is planning to introduce Urdu as a subject at the school level across the country. Addressing the golden jubilee celebrations of the Urdu Department of the University of Delhi,

WC: INDIA SET TARGET OF 26I FOR PAK

MOHALI: (AMN): INDIA has set a traget of 261 runs before Pakistan in their semifinal match of the cricket World Cup here on Wednesday.Electing to bat, India made 260 for nine against Pakistan.

INDIA BEAT PAK, ENTER WORLD CUP FINAL

MOHALI: Coming true to the expectation of frenzy Indian fans, team India on Wednesday defeated arch rival Pakistan by 29 run in the semi final of the ICC World cup here.

N-plants’ safety ‘vitally important’: PM

NEW DELHI: (AMN) Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Tuesday cautioned that the safety of nuclear plants was “vitally important” in the wake of Japan’s nuclear crisis.

NIA makes breakthrough in Samjhauta blast Case

TIA Special Correspondent
NEW DELHI: Just a day after the signing of the joint statement by the home secretary of India and the interior secretary of Pakistan the Indian government officially declared that its National Investigation Agency (NIA) has made a breakthrough in the Samjhauta Express bomb blast probe case.

Sadhvi to be produced in MP court

MUMBAI: (AMN) The leading light of the saffron terror Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur is likely to be produced before a court in Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday.   Sadhvi, a key accused in the 2008 Malegoan blast case, is also alleged to be involved in the murder of RSS activist Sunil Joshi.

India, Pak ready to firm up ties

ASHOK B SHARMA /TIA
NEW DELHI: The bilateral relations between India and Pakistan seem to be moving towards a positive direction as both the countries have defined institutional format for deeper engagement.

Gujarat: SIT credibility questioned

AHMEDABAD (AMN): Advocate for the victims and witnesses in the Gulberg Society Massacre case, S M Vohra has alleged that Supreme Court appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) to probe Gujarat riots has not probed the destruction of phone records of Ahsan Jafri.